Blogging is not just to write content anywhere and publish it somewhere on the internet. It is a full mainframe profession, and like every profession, it becomes complicated too.

As a blogger, you need to produce useful, educational, knowledgeable and unique content. But if you are the only blogger for your blog or website, then you must maintain that blog and market that too.

Here in this article, I will explain some tools and their best use to get the most of them for your blogging. These all are not the tools that I use personally for my blogging, few of them I’m using right now, but these all are the best in their category.

Are you Blogging already?

Yes, this is my question to you, if the answer is yes, then it means you have already used many different tools, and you have been set up your website.

If your answer is no, then you’ll need to buy a domain, hosting and choose the blogging platform.

With many platforms, you only need to buy the domain and pay them some recurring amount, and they will take care of rest.

It is an entirely different thing, and we will discuss it in later articles.

What after setting up the Blog?

Setting up your blog is the very first step towards starting your blogging journey. But after this, you need to do a lot of things and to do that you’ll need many tools. We will describe all of them:

Analytics tool for Blogging

The best analytics tool is Google Analytics. Google Analytics is the best and free to use analytics tool. GA is mighty and on, very rare occasion you’ll feel need to know the data, which is not available there.

If you need to integrate some other kind of tools, then the best option is Google Tag manager. It makes it easy for you to integrate other tools with your blog.

If you desired to get more detailed reports like a response to actions or call-to-action, then you can opt for Heap Analytics.

It is not free as like Google Analytics but for some limited number it is free, and you can go with a free plan. You can check this, may this free version will suitable for you.

SEO tool for your Blogs

Webmaster tool

The best SEO tools are of webmaster tools. All search engines like Google, Bing and Yandex provide some detailed SEO data.

Webmaster tools and their reports are essential in terms of SEO because for any error or policy violation will get notified into your webmaster dashboard.

SEO Plugins for Blogs

Other then webmaster tools, there is some crucial On-page SEO tool for your blog.

here is two plugins Yoast SEO and WebTextTool. These two plugins are best as an on-page SEO tool for your blog. Yoast and WebTextTool are powerful enough to tell you about your On-Page SEO score for any specific keyword.

It helps you to write your article around your keyword and keep focusing on the SEO factor.

SEO Tools for blogging

Other than these webmaster and SEO plugin, there are some more important to use tools. These SEO tools are helpful to get the report called off-page SEO.

You must have heard the name tool like


Moz SEO,

Semrush and others. Here I’m giving you the name of some more great off-Page SEO tool:-


Rank Active,

Raven, and others.

Social Media Management Tools for blogging

After writing your post on blogs, it is necessary to promote to the world. And social media is the best way to do that.

But to be active on social media and post continuously and keep replying of every comment is not as easy as it seems.

So, you need some social media automation tool to do. Here we shortlist some best available tool in the market; you can have a look at this.





Content Studio  

Post Planner  


There are many other tools and you should absolutely have give them a try if you think those are best fit for you.

Conversion Tools for Blogging


A mistake has been made by approx. all the new bloggers, they only focus on their website visuals and their basic contents. Contents and SEO is essential for any website or blog but once the traffic will start falling on  your blog, then how you’ll convert them into your regular visitors?

This is the real question, and you need to figure it out, here we can help you to suggest you some great tools, which will decrease your efforts and you can customize them to match your site’s visual.


The first one is Sumo, which is a suite of tools designed to improve your conversion rates.

For example, you can have a popup window that shows up 1 second after the page is loaded, or when the user hovers over the address bar, scrolls down the page, etc.

You can also have a so-called welcome mat displayed across the entire screen when a page loads or the user scrolls to the middle of the article, etc.

As well, Sumo lets you add a smart bar to your website displayed across the top or bottom of each page.

Oh, and this tool suite comes with social sharing icons you can add to the left side of your content, at the start and/or end of each post.


Leadpages is a landing page creator, which help you to make the landing page with forms, countdown timer and other essential features.

You can use many other already created templates, which are tried and tested for high conversion rates.

If you want to create from scratch, then they have a drag and drop builder. It help you to create the attractive and converting landing page fast and without technical knowledge.

There are not only these two tools are available for landing page creation; plenty of other tools are also great. You can find the right one which you are comfortable with.

Want something “Out of your Skills?”

You may feel need for something which you can’t create, like an Animated Video clip or want a lot of edited photo but you running out of time then there are some services which comes into scene to rescue you.

Fiverr, Freelance or Upwork.

These 3 are the project based services, here you can place your project (which is basically what you want finally). Then interested and skilled persons of that field will contact to you and bid for that project, if you like their offer go ahead with them.

It is as simple as that.